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Weird Problem

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by papabear050, Mar 25, 2011.

  1. 06RadiantRed

    06RadiantRed Well-Known Member

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    Its not just the AC. I can notice it to a lesser degree while doing anything that causes an increase in rev. Try sitting stopped, and crank the wheel around a bit to get the power steering going. Mine will do it then as well.
     
  2. Badwin45

    Badwin45 Well-Known Member

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    My first gen has done it since day one and my second gen does it occasionally as well. Normal.
     
  3. Detective_Dan

    Detective_Dan Bam-Ba-Lam

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    let it go people. the main cause of this is the A/C compressor kicking on, but ANYTHING that causes a rise in RPM's will do it also. higher RPM's = more power to the wheels = a shudder at a stop if your brake pedal is not pushed in enough.


    end of story
     
  4. hyper86z

    hyper86z Member

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    i had exact problem after year around i took it to the dealer and explained to tech. he said leaf spring tension issue (slighty moves to the front from rear differential) or something like that. he said its normal for this kind of vehicle (w/ leaf springs). its not the ac because i get another hit after ac comp. kicks it.
     
  5. Detective_Dan

    Detective_Dan Bam-Ba-Lam

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    Holy fucking 2 year thread revival
     
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